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BBC News with Iain Purdon

The operators of the Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and a fire which released dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now revealed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier, and it's struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.

Since Friday, they have been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors at the Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions and a fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were emitted. They later fell to levels still abnormal, but no longer a threat to human health. They are still pumping seawater through the reactors to try to stabilise them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they have of success, as over time the rods will cool. But the repeated releases of different amounts of radiation - some large, some small - are unnerving the Japanese.

Amid concerns about radiation, a number of airlines have cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Osaka, 400km southwest of Tokyo, while China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closest to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living in temporary shelters, which are short of water, food and fuel, while more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly 3,500 people are now known to have died. Alastair Leithead has visited one of the worst affected parts of northern Japan, Minami Sanriku.

Yukio Sato is 80. He showed me where the 30m-high waves dumped debris on his back doorstep that left the family home untouched.

"It was astonishing. There used to be lots of houses down there, and they are all gone, the buildings from below washed up here."

There's little left, but roofs piled high, the wooden shards of the homes ripped up, and the odd family photo protruding from the mud.

European Union countries have agreed to carry out stress tests in all their nuclear power stations following the accidents at the Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the tests would take place before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations offline for a three-month period, during which safety standards would be reviewed.

The Ugandan government and the Anglo-Irish oil and gas company Tullow have signed an agreement that paves the way for the construction of a $10bn oil refinery. Uganda gave its consent to the arrangement once Tullow agreed to pay more than $400m that the government says the company owed in taxes.

World News from the BBC

At least two people have died in Bahrain, and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensure access to the wounded. The latest violence follows the imposition of a state of emergency by Bahrain's Sunni rulers, who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi-led forces. This woman from Sitra, a Shia village outside the capital Manama, told the BBC what she'd heard from there.

"Unarmed civilians are being attacked by live rounds, and the accents of the troops was, so we knew that these are the Saudi troops who came yesterday. They started shooting people, and the health centre now is under siege. There are around 200 wounded people there, and the doctors there want to get them treated, but the hospitals are under siege, so they can't. Even the ambulances are taken by the troops."

Rebel-held positions in Libya have come under sustained attack from land and air as pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance eastwards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirts of the town of Ajdabiya. Ian Pannell reports.

If, as it looks likely, Ajdabiya falls, it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the border with Egypt, and that would effectively cut off Benghazi, Tobruk and many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighters have shown they are woefully ill-prepared and ill-equipped to hold the advance of government troops. And unless military units that defected weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17 February revolution could be in real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering from depression to commit suicide. William Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trawling the Internet for depressed people, and then entering fake suicide pacts or telling them how to kill themselves. He's due to be sentenced in May.

BBC News


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unnerve vt. 使紧张, 使恐惧 to upset or frighten so that they lose confidence or their ability to think clearly

give consent to 允许

live rounds 实弹

unfettered (formal) adj. 无限制的, 不受约束的 not restricted by laws or rules

trawl for 网罗(人或物)

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-16

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BBC News Iain Purdon.


Operators of the Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say it's essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and five which release dangerous levels with radiation. The company has now reviewed that four explosions to plays rather than the three reported earlier, and it is struggling to contain the most critical reactor. B reports from Tokyo.


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World News from the BBC.


At least two people have dead in ..and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ..access to the wound. The latest follow the ..of the emergency by ..who earlier ..of the interventions of .. sources. This from ..outside the capital, .. , told the BBC what she heard from there.


..civilians have been attacked by the life around and the accents of the troops was, we knew that.. ,they thought to shooting people and the ..now is ..200 wound people .Even the ..are taking by the .. .


Ravel hell positions of Libya have command the sustained attack from land and air.. Colonel Gaddafi troops continue to advances this word. Fighters ..bombed the outside .. .Ian Panel report.


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A judge in the United Stated formal nurse guilt in encouraging two people suffering from the depression to commit suicide. WMD was accused to ..the internet for the depress people and then fake suicide test of telling them hoe kill themselves. It is in centers in May.


BBC news.


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BBC news with Iain Purdon

The operators of the Japanese nuclear plant damaged in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami say central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and a fire which release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has revealed 4 explosions took place rather than the 3 reported earlier. And it’s struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.

Since Friday, they’ve been struggling to cool the fuel rods in 4 reactors in Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions and fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were admitted. They later felt level still at the normal, but no longer a threat to human health. They are still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer it goes on, the more chance they have of success at the time the rods will cool. But the repeatedly releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small, are nerving the Japanese.

Emirates concerns about radiation. A number of airlines have cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria says it’s moving its embassy to Osaka, 400 km southwest of Tokyo. Air China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the area closest to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermaths of Friday’s earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living temporary shelters, which short of water, food and fuel. While more freezing weather and snow is predicted in days ahead. Nearly 3,500 people are now known to have died. Alex Reed had visited one of the worst affected parts of northern Japan, Minami San reports.

Yuki Sato is 80. He showed me where the 30 meter highway dump debris on his backdoor step, but left the family home untouched.

“It was astonishing. There used to be lots of houses down there. And they all gone. The buildings from below washed up here.”

This little left, the roofs pile high. The wooden shards of the homes ripped up. And the old family photo protruding from the mud.

European Union countries agree to carry out stress test in all nuclear power stations, following the accident outside the Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test will take place before the end of year.

Earlier Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off line, for a three-month period during which safety standards will reveal.

The Ugandan governments and Angla-Irish oil and gas company, Tullow have signed an agreement that paves the way for the construction of a 10 billion dollar oil refinery. Uganda gave its concern to the arrangement once Tullow agree to pay more than 400 million dollars. The government say the company owed in taxes.

Word news from the BBC.

At least two people have died in Bahrain. And hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensures access to the wounded. The latest violence followed the imposition of state of emergency by Bahrain Sunni rulers, who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi Arab forces. This woman from Sitra, a Shiite village outside the capital Manama told the BBC what she heard from there.

“An armed civilians are being attacked by life front, and the accidents the troops was, then we knew that these are the oldest shooting Kenya today. They start shooting people and the house center now under siege. There 200 wounded people there. And the doctors there they want them get treated, but the hospitals are under siege, so they can’t. Even the ambulances are taking while the shoots. ”

Rebel held positions in Libya have come out under sustained attack from land and airs. Pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance eastward. Fighter jets bomb the outskirts of the town of Ajdabiya. The Ian Pannel reports.

If as it looks likely, Ajdabiya force, it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the port with Egypt and it would effectively cut off Benghazi to brook many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighter have shown their willfully ill-prepared and equipped to hold the advanced government troops. And less military units defected weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17th, February revolution could be a real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering from depression to commit suicide. William Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trolling the internet for depress people and then entering fakes suicide paths all telling them how to kill themselves. He is due to be sentenced in May.

BBC news.
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BBC news with xxx
The operator of Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say its central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fire which release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now reviewed the four explosions to place rather than the three reported earlier and it is struggling to contain the most critical reactor, Chris xxx report from Tokoyo:
Since Friday, there are be struggling to cool the fuel rows in full reactors at the Fukushima power plant, a serious of explosions and fire have handed up their work, from where dangerous high levels of radiation were admitted the later fell to level still at normal, but no longer is threaten to human health, the soldier pumped in seawater to three reactors to try to stablize them, the long this goes on the more chance they have a success as overtime the rows will cool, but the repeatedly releases of different amount of radiation, some large, some small, were unnerving the Japanese.
Emirates concerns about radiation, a number of airline have cancelled flights to Tokoyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Ausaksa, 400 hundreds kilomtres south-west to Tokoyo, but China is preparing to evacuate its nations from the area closes to the damaged nuclear plant. The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermaths of  Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than half million people are living in temporary shelters  which are short of water, food and fuel, while more, freeze weather and snow is predicted for desert head. Near three and half thousand people are now known to died, xxx has visited one of the worst effected parts of northern Japan Minamishanwiko.
Ukiya said he is 80, he showed me where the 30 meter high wave dump debris on his back door step, but left the family home untouched. It was astonishing, the used to be lots of houses down there and all gone, the buildings from below wash up here. There is little left but roofs paled high, the wooded shards of the home is ripped up and the all family photo protruding from the mud. European Union countries agreed to carry out strict test on all the nuclear power station following the accident happened at the Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test will take place before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking his oldest nuclear power stations xxx for three moths period, during which safety standard will be reviewed.
The Uganda government and the Angla-Irish oil and gas company Tullow have signed an agreement to paves the way of construction of 10 billion oil refinery, Uganda ......... the arrangement, once tullow agree to pay more than 400 million dollars, that the government says the company owed in taxes.
World news from the BBC
At least 2 people have died in Bihrian and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-xxx demonstration and security forces, doctors appealed for international help to ensure the access to the wounded, the lastest violence follows the imposition of the state emergency by Baccrain s Sunni rulers, who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi lead forces, the remain from xxx, a village outside the capital xxxx told the BBC what she heard from that:
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Rebel-held position in Libya have come out sustain attract from land and air as Pro-Gaddafi troops advanced to eastwards, ................. ....................xxx reports:
If as looks likely Ajadabiya force, if give Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the border with Egypt, and would actually cut off Bengazi to brook and a many small towns orment north-east coast, opposition fighter have show their vowfully ill prepare in the equipment to hold advance of government troops and less military unions that defended weeks ago now taking leading role the the 17th, February revolution could be real danger.

A judger in the United States is found former nurse guilty of encouraging two suffering from depression to commit suicide, William Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trolling the Internet for the depressed people and then entraining fake suicide parts or telling them how to kill themselves, he is to be sentenced in May.
BBC news
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-16

The operators of the Japanes nuclear plant damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fire which released dangerous levels of radiation.The company has now revealed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier and it is struggling to contain the most ctitical reactor.Chris Hawl reports from Tokyo.
Since Friday, they have been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors in Fukushima power plant. The serious explosions and fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were admitted, they later felt the levels still abnormal but no longer a threat to human health.they are still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stablize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they will have a success because over time, the rods will cool.But the repeated releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small, are nerving the Japanese.
As concerns about radiation, a number of airlines have cancelled fligts to Tokyo. Australia says it is moving its embassy to Osaka, 400km southwest of Tokyo, but China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closest to the damaged nuclear plant.The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tusnami. More than half a million of people are living in temporary shelters which is short of water and food and fuel, while more freezing weather and snow is  predicted for the days ahead.Nearly 3500 people are now known to have died.Alas Liz said he had visited one of the worst affected part of Northern Japan, Minami
Yoki Osato is 80, he showed me whether 30 meter high wave dumped debris on his backdoor step but left the family home untouched.
It was astonishing , there used to be lots of houses down there, and they are all gone. The buildings from below were washed up there. There is little left, but rooms piled high, the wooden * of homes ripped up, and the family photo protruding from the mud.
European union countries have agreed to carry out stress tests in all their nuclear power stations following accidents after Japanese Fukushima plant.The energy commisioner said the test would take place before the end of the year.Earlier,Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations Offline for a 3-month period during which safety standard will be reviewed.
The Uganda governement and the Anglo A oil&gas company has signed an agreement that pays away the contruciton of 10 billion dollar refinery.







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BBC news with *.
The operators of the Japanese nuclear plant damage in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami say essential cooling function are been restored following a number of explosion and fire which release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now reviewed 4 explosions took places rather than 3 reported earlier and it is struggling to contain the most critical reactor. K. reports from Tokyo.

Since Friday, they have been struggling to cool the fuel rod in 4 reactors of Fukushima plants. A serious explosion and fire has happened at work. For a while, dangerous high level radiations were emitted. They later felt level still at normal, but no longer threats to human health. They are still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longest it goes on, the more chances they have to success, because overtime, the rods will cool. There were repeated releases of different amount of radiation, some large, some small, are nerving the Japanese. A most concern about radiation, a number of airlines has cancelled flights to Tokyo. Australia says it moves its embassy to Osaka, 400 km meters southwest of Tokyo, while China is preparing to evacuate its national from the areas close to the damaged nuclear plant. The Japanese are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday’s earthquake and tsunami. More than a quarter million of people are living in temporary shelters which are short of water, food and fuel, while more freezing weather and snow is predicting in the days ahead. Nearly 3.5 thousand people are now known to have died. * has visited one of the worst hit part in northern Japan, Minami Sanriku.

Yokio is 80, he shows me whether 30 meter high wave dump debris on his backdoor step that left the family home untouched.

“It was astonishing, there used to be lots of house down there and they are all gone, the building from below washed up here.”

This little left, but roof piled high, the wooden shut, the home is ripped up. On the old family photo, protruding from the mud.

European Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all the nuclear stations following the accident in Fukushima nuclear plant. The energy commissioner says the test will take before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear station offline for a 3 months period during which safety standers will be revealed.

The Ugandan government and the Anglawarish oil & gas company Tollow has sign an agreement to pave the way for the construction of 10 billion dollar oil refinery. Uganda gives its consensus agreement once Tollow agree to pay more than 400 million dollars, though the government says the company old in techs.

World news from the BBC.

At least 2 people have died and 100 have injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensure access the wounded. The recent violets follow the imposition of state emergency by Bahrain’s Sunnite rulers who earlier ask for the intervention of Saudi forces. This woman from *, at Shiite village, outside capital Manama, told BBC what she heard from there.

Unarmed civilians are been attacked by live front, the accent of the troops was the, though we knew that the Saudi troops who came here for days. They start shooting people the health center now is under siege. There are around 200 wounded people, the doctors want get them to treat but the hospital is under siege, so they can’t, even the ambulances are taken by the troops.

Rebel held positions have come under sustained attack from land and air while pro-Gaddafi’s troops continue to advance east wards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirts of the town of Ajdabia. P. report.

If, at look likely, Ajdabia fall, it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered accesses to the main road to the Egypt and that would cut off Benghazi to broke many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition troops have shown their willfully ill-prepared equip to hold the advance of government troops. And less military unites that defects weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17 Feb. revolution could be in real danger.

A judge in the US has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging 2 people suffering from depression to committed suicide. W. was accused of truing the internet of the depressed people and then entering fake suicide packs or telling them how to kill themselves. He is due to be sentenced in May.
BBC news.
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1:The oporators of Japanese newclear  plants damaged in friday's earthquake and tsunami say a central cooling functions are being reinstalled after a nubmers of expositions and fare which  leeks dangerous rediation.The campany has now viewed that the 4 expositions took palce ranther than 3 reported earlier,and it is struggling to contain the most crutical reactor.Since friday they have been cooling to cool the fuel role of the 4 reactors in the fokosima power plants,a serious of expositions in fire have hampered that work. For a while , dangeously high levels of rediation were emitted ,the litter felt levels still at normal ,but on longer to threat to hunman health.They still pumping sea water though the 3 reactors try to stablize them,the longer they go on the more chance they have sucsess as  over time the x will cool.But the repeated releses of diffrent mounts of  rediation,some large some small ,are neving the japanese.America concerns about rediation and a number of airlines have cancealed flights to Tokoyo.Austria says it is moving its embassay to Osaka,4 hundread kilometres southwest of Tokoyo,while China is preparing to evacuate its natinals from the areas close to the damaged new clear power plant.The japanes authorities are struggling to cope with the hunmantarine after friday's earthquke and tsunami,more than half a millon people are  living in the temporary shelters which short of food water and feul,while more frezzing  wheather and snow is predicted  for the days ahead. Nearly three and a half thusand  people  are khown to dead.X has visited one of the most effective part of Japan x,Yokosato is 80.He showed me where the 30 metres high wave left debrics of his backtone step and but left the family home untouched.It was staunshing ,there used to be lots of house down there ,and they all gone ,the buildings from below washes up there.This level left the roofs piled high,the wounded shouted ,the homes is rigged up  ,and the family x pertroding from the muds .

2: The eroupean union countries have agreed to carry out stress tests in all their new-clear power plants flowing  the ancidnts of Japanese x plant.The energy comissioner says the tests will take place before the end of the year.Earlier  Germany said it was taking its oldest new-clear power plant x for a 3 years period during which safety standard will be reviewed.

3:The Ugandan goverments and  oil and gas campany x sighed agreement to  pave the way for  the construction  of 10 million oil refinary .Ugandan gives its concerns to the arrangement once x agreed to pay more than 4 hundread million dollars while the goverment says the company owed in taxes.

4:At least 2 people have died in Bahrain and hunreads have been injured in calshes between the pro-democratic demonstrators and secruty forces.Doctors have appealed for international help to ensure  accecss to the wounded.The latest violence follows the inperation  of the state emergency by Bahrain's Shi ite rulers who earlier asked the intervention of  Saudi  Arab after forces .This remain from x,a Shi ite village outside the capital x ,told the bbc what he heard from there.An aremed civilains are being attacted by life x,and the actions they took  was ..that we khew that the Saudi who came yeaterday they thouht shooting people and the help center now is under sheets ,there are  200 wounded people there,and the doctor there wanted to get them treated ,but the hostile under sheets even ......

5:Rebel held oppsition in Libya have commanded suspended attacked from air and land where  Gaddafi troops contunie to advance its  efforts fight suggested bombe the outshirts of the town of x.If as looks likely as x force ,it could give Gddafi access to the main roads to the border with Egypit and that would effectively cut off GAddafi to broke many small towns among the northeast coast.Opposition  fighters have shown they roughly ill-prepared to hold advance of  the goverment troops .And less minitery unites that defacted  weeks ago now taking  leading the road ,the 17th Feburay revulution could be in real danger.

6;A judge in the United State has found a former  nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering depression  to committe suicide.William Malch Dingkou was accused of xing  the internet for depressed people and then entering the fakes suicide paps or telling them how to kill themselves.He is due to be sentenced in May .

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        BBC News with Ian Purdon.
        The operators of the Japanese nuclear plant damaged in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami say its central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fire which will release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now reviewed the 4 explosions to place rather than the 3 reported earlier. And it’s struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg report from Tokyo.
        Since Friday, there’ve been struggling to cool the fuel rods in 4 reactors, the Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions in the fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were emitted. They later felt levels still abnormal but no longer a threat to human house. They’re still pumping seawater through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they have access. There’s overtime the rods would cool. But the repeated releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small were nerving the Japanese.
        Amid concerns about the radiation, a number of airlines have cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria says it’s moving its embassies to Osaka, 400 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. But China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closest to the damaged nuclear plant.
        The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday’s earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living in temporary shelters, which are short of water, food and fuel where more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly 3,500 people are now known to have died. Alastair Leithead has visited where known as the worst affected parts of northern Japan, Minami Soma report.
        Yuki Osato was 80, he showed where the 30 meter highways dump debris on his back door step but left the family home untouched.
        “It was astonishing, there used to be lots of houses down there and they’re all gone. The buildings from below washed up here. ”
        This little left the roofs piled high, the wooden shards of the homes ripped up and all the family photo protruding from the mud.
        Europe Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all their nuclear power stations, following the accidents of Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test would take place before the end of the year. Earlier, German said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off line for a 3-month period during which safety standards will be revealed.
        The Uganda governments and the Angola-Irish oil gas company, Tullow have signed the agreement that paves the way for the construction of 10-billion-dollar oil refinery. Uganda gave its consent of the arrangement wants Tullow agree to pay more than 400 million dollars. But the government says the company owed in taxes. World News from the BBC.
        At least 2 people have died in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensure access to the wounded. The latest violence follows the imposition of a state emergency by Bahrain’s Sunni rulers who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi-led forces. This woman from Sitra, a Shiite village outside the capital Manama told the BBC what she’d heard from there.
        “An armed civilians are being attacked by life front and the actions of the troops was in that we knew that these oldest Saudi troops in Kenya today. They thought to shoot people then the house center now is under siege. There’re 200 wounded people there, and the doctors there want to get them treated but the house is under siege, so they can’t. Even the ambulances are taken by the troops. ”
        Rebel-held opposition in Libya have come under sustained attack from the land and the air as pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance eastwards. Fighters there bombed outskirts of the town of Ajdabiya. Ian Palmer reports.
        If as it looks likely as Ajdabiya force it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the border with Egypt. And that will effectively cut off Benghazi to brook a many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighters have shown their willfully ill prepared and equipped to hold events of the government troops and then less military unites that defended weeks ago, now take a leading role, the 7th of February revolution could be in real danger.
        A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging 2 people suffering from the depression to commit suicide. William Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trolling the Internet for depressed people. And then entering in fake suicide pacts or telling them how to kill themselves. He’s due to be sentenced in May. BBC News.
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The operations of the Japan nuclear plant damaged in Friday earthquake and tsunami says essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosion and fire which release dangerous level of radiation. The company has now reviewed that forward explosion to play rather than 3 reports this earlier and need struggling to contain political react. __ report from Tokyo.
Since Friday, they've been struggling to cool the fuel rocks and full reactor in Fukushima power plant. A serious explosion in the fire that harm the __. For a while, dangerously high level of radiation were admitted. The later felt level were abnormal but no longer a threat to human health. Pursue pumping three water was react to stablize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they have success. ---- The more time rock will cool. But the repeated release to different amount of radiation some large some small are nerving the Japanese.

A man's concern about radiational in numbers of airlines cancel the flight to Tokyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Osaka 400 kilometres southwest of Tokyo. And China is preparing to evacuate its national from the area closest to the damage of nuclear plant.

The Japanese authority is still struggling to cope with the humanitarian after Friday earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are leaving in temporary shelter which is in short with water food and fuel. A __ __ __ and snow are predicted the day ahead. Nearly 3 and a half thousand ppl are now known to have died.

--- have visited one of the worst fainted part of northern Japan admits on record:
" ______________. He showed me where the third he meets our highway --- that left his family home and s--. "

"It was astonishing. It's to be lost power down there. And they all gone. The building from below got stuck here".

This ---, the wooden shop, the home is ripped up. The all family photos --- from the mud.

EU countries have agreed to carry out stretch test since all the nuclear power station following the accident after the Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commisioner says the test will take place before the end of the year. Earlier Germany says it was taking older nucler power station offline for a 3 month period during this safe standard is being reviewed.  

The Uganda government and the Al Zakawi oil and gas Tullow have signed agreement that pave the way for the construction of a ten billion dollars oil refinery. Uganda already consent its government and Tullow agree to pay 400 million dollars. The government says the company holds its taxes.

Well news from the BBC.
At least two ppl have died in Bahrain and hundred have been injured in crashes between --- democrary demonstrators and security forces.
--- --- --- for the international health insure access to the wounded. The latest violent follow the impostion of the status emergency of Sunny rulers who earlier ask for the intervention of Saudi forces. This --- from Shitra and Shiite village from outside the captital told BBC what she heard from there.
"Uhm billions have been attacked by line front and the action of these t-- were ---. So we knew that --- of the day. They started shooting at ppl and the --- now undersit. There's around 200 wounded ppl there and the doctors went there to treat them. Even the --- is taken by the troops."

R held the position of Kamandu sustain attack from lands and air of Gaddafi
If, as look likely as ---, it can give --- access to the main road of the border with Egypt and it would effectively cut off B to broke with small attacks on the Northeast coast. All position fighters hope world fleet all prepare for the quit advance of the government troops. And the less military units effected weeks ago now take a leading role the 17th February revolution could be in real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a formal nurse guilty of encouraging 2 ppl suffering from depression to commit suicide. William Melchert-Dinkel  was accused of t-- the internet for depressed ppl and then entering suicide path or telling them how to kill themselves. He's due to be sentenced in May.
BBC news.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon.


The operators of the Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say  essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and a fire which release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now reviewed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier, and it is struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hog reports from Tokyo.


Since Friday, they had been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors at the Fukushima power plant. A serious of explosions and a fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were admitted. They later felt a level still abnormal, but no longer a threat to human health. The seal pumping seawater through the reactors to try to stablize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they have of success as over time, the rods will cool. But there were repeated releases of different amount of radiation; some large, some small were unnerving the Japanese.


Amidst concerns about radiation a number of airlines have cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria said it's moving its embassy to Osaka, 400 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. While China is preparing to evacuated this nationals from the areas closes to the damaged nuclear plant. The Japanese authorities are still struggling cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living in temporary shelters which is short of water, food and fuel while more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly 3500 people are now known to have dead. Alex Lethed has visited one of the worst defeated part of Japan, Minami-Sanriku.


Ukio Saito is eighty. He showed me where the 30 meter highway docked debris on his back doorstep, but left the family home untouched.
It was astonishing, there used to be lots of houses down there. And they all gone, the buildings from below washed up here.
There is little left but roofs piled high, the wooden shards of the homes ripped up, and the old family photo protruding from the mud.


European union countries have agreed to carry out stress test to all their nuclear power stations following the accidents at the Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test would take place before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off-line for a three months period during which safety standards will be reviewed.


The Ugandan governments and the Anglo-Irish oil and gas company Talo have sighed an agreement that paves  the way for the constructions of a  ten billions dollars oil refinery. Uganda gives its consent to the arrangement once Talo agrees to pay more than four hundred million dollars, that the government says the company owed in taxes.


World News from the BBC.


At least two people have died in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensure access to the wounded. The latest violence follows the imposition of a state of emergency by Bahrain's Sunni rulers, who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi-led forces. This woman from Sitro,a Shiite village outside the capital,Menama, told the BBC what she'd heard from there.


Unarmed civilians are being attacked by the life around and the accents of the troops was, so we knew that, these are Saudi troop through Kennya today. They started shooting people and the health center is now under seat. There are 200 wounded people there and the doctors there want to get them treated, but the hospitals are under seat. So they can't. Even the ambulances are taking while th troops ...


Rebel-held positions in Libya have come under sustained attack
from land and air as pro-Gaddafi troops continue advance eastwards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirts of town of Ajadabia .Ian Panel report.



If, as it looks likely, as Adabia falls, it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfetted access to the main road to the border  with Egypt, and that would effectively cut off Benghazi to Broke and many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighters have shown they are willfully ill-prepared and ill-equipped to hold the advance of government troops. And unless military units that defected weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17th February revolution could be real danger.


A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering from the depression to commit suicide. WMD was accused of trolling the internet for the depressed people and then entering fake suicide test or telling them how to kill themselves. He is dueto be sentenced in May.


BBC news.

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homework
BBC News with Iain Purdon
The operators of Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami say its central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fire which release dangerous levels of radiation.The company has now reviewed four explosions took play rather than the 3 reported earlier.And it’s struggling to contain the most critical reactor.Chris from Tokyo.

Since Friday that been struggling to cool the fuel rods in 4 reactors in Fukashima power plants.a serious explosions in a fire have hampered that work.For a while,dangerously high level of radiation were limited.The later fire to level still at normal but no longer are threat to human house.The sail pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stablize them.the longer these goes on,the more chance they have a success.as overtime,the robs will cool,but they were repeatedly releases different amount of radiation,some large,some small are nerving Japanese.

** concerns about radiation a number of airlines of cancel flies to Tokyo.Austria says it’s moving  its embassy to O*,400km southwest of Tokyo,or China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closes to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities still struggling to cool humanitarian aftermath Friday’s earthquake and tsunami,more than 500,000 people are living in temporary shelters which short of water,food and fuel,while more freezing weather on snow is predicting for the days ahead.Nearly 3,500 people are now know to dead,A** said has visited one of worst defeated parts of northern Japan Manami S*.

Yuki is 80,he showed me whether 30- meter high wave * debris on his backdoor step that left their family home untouched.

It was astonishing,there used to be lots house down there,and they all gone,the building from below washed up here.There is little left,but roofs piled high,the wooden shut,the home is ripped up,and old family photo protruding from the mud.

European Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all the nuclear power station following the accident of Japanese Fukushima plant.The energy commission are said the test will take place before the end of the year.Earlier Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations are flying for a 3-month appeared during which safety standards will be reviewed.

The Uganda government and Ang** oil and gas company T** has signed an agreement that pays the way for the construction of 10,000,000,000 dollar oil refinery.Uganda give its concern to arrangement once T** agree to pay more than 400,000,000 dollars,though the government says the company old in techs.  

World News from the BBC
At least 2 people have dead in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashed between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces.Doctors appealed for international help to issue access to the wounded.The latest finance follows the imposition of state emergency by Bahrain’s Sunni rulers who earlier asked intervention of Saudi lead forces.This woman from ** a ** village outside the capital Manama told the BBC what she had heard from there.

Unarmed civilian are been attacked by life front,and the accent of they shots was in we knew that yesterday they thought shooting people and they health center now is on the siege.There is 200 wounded people there and the doctor there give them treated but the hospital is under sieg,so they can’t,even the ambulance says are checking by the church.>.<………………………crying~~~

Rebel held position in Libya have come under sustained attack from land areas pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance east wars.Fighter jets bomb the outskirts of the town of Ajdabiya.Yela reports.

If as looks likely Ajdabiya force it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the board with Egypt,and would effectively cut off Benghazi to broke many smaller towns on the northeast coast.Opposition fighters have shown their willfully ill prepared in the equip to hold advance of government troops.and unless military unites that defected weeks ago now take a leading role the 17 February revolution could be in real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering from depression to commit suicide.William was accused of truing the internet for the depressed people and then entering face suicide packs or telling them how to kill themselves.He is due to be sentenced in May.
BBC News.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon.
The operators of the Japanese nuclear plant damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say its central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and a fire which released dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now revealed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier, and it's struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.
Since Friday, they had been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors of the Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions and a fire had hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were emitted. It later fell to level still at normal, but no longer a threat to human house. They're still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they'll have a success as over time the rods will cool. But there were repeated releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small, around nerving the Japanese.

And there's concerns about radiation in a number of airlines of cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Osaka, 400 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, while China, is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closest to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living in temporary shelters which are short of food, water and fuel while more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly three and a half thousand people are now known to have died. Alistair Leithead has visited one of the worst affected parts of northern Japan, Minamisanriku.
Yokia Sato was eighty. He showed me where the thirty-meter-high wave dumped debris on his backdoor step but left the family home untouched.
"It was astonishing, there used to be lots of houses down there, and they are all gone. The buildings from below were washed up here."
There's little left but roofs piled high, the wooden shoves of the homes ripped up and the old family photo protruding from the mud.

The European Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all their nuclear power stations following the accidents after the Japanese Fukushima plant. The Energy Commissioner said the test will take place before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations offline for a three month period during which safety standards will be reviewed.

The Ugandan government and the Angola-Irish oil and gas company Tullow have signed an agreement that paves the way for the construction of a 10-billion-dollar oil refinery. Uganda gave its consent to the arrangement once Tullow agree to pay more than $400 million that the government says the company owed in taxes.

World News from the BBC.
At least two people have died in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appeal for international help to ensure access to the wounded. The latest violence follows the imposition of a state of an emergency by Bahrain's Sunni rulers who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi-led forces. ** from Sitra, a Shiite village outside the capital Manama told the BBC what she'd heard from there.
"Unarmed civilians are being attacked by live * and the accent of the troops was um..so we knew that these are the Saudi troops who came yesterday. They started shooting people and the health center now is under siege. There's a 200 wounded people there and the doctors there what want to get them treated, but the hospitals under siege showed they can't. Even the ambulances are taken away by troops."

Rebel-held positions in Libya have come under sustained attack from land and air as pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance eastwards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirt of the town of Ajdabiya. Ian Panel reports.
If, as looks likely, Ajdabiya falls, it could give Col Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the board with Egypt and that would effectively cut off Benghazi, Tobruk and many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighters have shown they are * ill-prepared and ill-equipped to hold the advance of government troops. And unless military units that defected weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17th of February revolution could be in real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering from depression to commit suicide. William Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trolling the internet to depress people and then entering fake suicide pacts or telling them how to kill themselves. He's due to be sentenced in May.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon.

The operators of the Japanese nuclear plant damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say its central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and a fire which release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has revealed 4 explosions took place rather than the 3 reported earlier. And it's struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.

Since Friday they have been struggling to cool the
fuel rods
in 4 reactors in Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions and fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were admitted. They later felt level still at the normal,but no longer a threat to human health.They are still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer it goes on, the more chance they have of success at the time the rods will cool. But the repeated releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small, are nerving the Japanese.

Amid concerns about radiation, a number of airlines have cancelled flights to Tokyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Osaka, 400 km southwest of Tokyo. Air China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the area closest to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermaths of Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than half a million people are living temporary shelters, which short of water, food and fuel. While more freezing weather and snow is predicted in days ahead. Nearly 3,500 people are now known to have died. Alex Reed had visited one of the worst affected parts of northern Japan, Minami San reports.

Yuki Osato was 80, he showed where the 30 meter highways dump debris on his back door step but left the family home untouched.
It was astonishing, there used to be lots of houses down there and they're all gone. The buildings from below washed up here.
This little left the roofs piled high, the wooden shards of the homes ripped up and all the family photo protruding from the mud.

Europe Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all their nuclear power stations, following the accidents of Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test would take place before the end of the year. Earlier, German said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off line for a 3-month period during which safety standards will be revealed.


The Uganda governments and the Angola-Irish oil gas company, Tullow have signed the agreement that paves the way for the construction of 10-billion-dollar oil refinery. Uganda gave its consent of the arrangement wants Tullow agree to pay more than 400 million dollars. But the government says the company owed in taxes.

World News from the BBC.
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The operators of the Japanes nuclear plant damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say essential cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fire which released dangerous levels of radiation.The company has now revealed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier and it is struggling to contain the most ctitical reactor.Chris Hawl reports from Tokyo.

Since Friday, they have been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors of the Fukushima power plant. The serious explosions and fire have hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were omitted. They later felt the levels still abnormal but no longer a threat to human health. They are still pumping sea water through the reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer this goes on, the more chance they will have a success. As over time, the rods will cool. But the repeated releases of different amounts of radiation, some large, some small, are unnerving the Japanese.

Amid concerns about radiation, a number of airlines have cancelled fligts to Tokyo. Australia says it is moving its embassy to Osaka, 400km southwest of Tokyo, while China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closest to the damaged nuclear plant. The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tusnami. More than half a million people are living in temporary shelters which is short of water, food and fuel, while more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly 3500 people are now known to have died. Alas Liz said he had visited one of the worst affected part of Northern Japan, Minami

Yoki Osato is 80. He showed me where the 30-meter high wave dumped debris on his backdoor step but left the family home untouched.

"It was astonishing, there used to be lots of houses down there, and they are all gone. The buildings from below were washed up here."

There is little left, but roofs piled high, the wooden * of homes ripped up, and the family photo protruding from the mud.

European union countries have agreed to carry out stress tests in all their nuclear power stations following accidents after Japanese Fukushima plant. The energy commisioner said the test would take place before the end of the year. Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations offline for a 3-month period during which safety standard will be reviewed.
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